The gallery holds some hundreds of painting from various places and times - Europe 14-1600. A rather disparate collection, with the usual portraits of dukes, but a handful really interesting works. It is housed in vary interesting rooms where the painted roofs and walls many times outshines the paintings. There are some sculptures too, and two globes - one of the stars and one from early 15th century, designed for the Swedish king Gustaf II Adolf.
Tha main attraction, however is the cleverly designed alley of pillars. It is only 10 meters long but appears to be 25 meters due to clever use of perspective. Even the busches were maid of stone carving and painted green to fit in the perspective.
We were two visitors guided by a nice lady, but we were not allowed to go into this magic alley. Instead she went in there so we could judge the perspective effect due to her relative size. We were not allowed to take any photos of this.
A quiet place well worth a visit.
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